TV Shows - Robert Culp
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on May 29, 2024. Robert Culp has appeared in 8 television series with data.
  • Saturday Night Live Poster
    #52
    Saturday Night Live
    as Self - Host 1 episode • #52 most popular show
    Saturday Night Live (SNL) is a live sketch comedy and variety show that has been a staple of American television since its debut in 1975. The show features a talented ensemble cast who perform a series of comedic sketches, musical performances, and celebrity impressions. SNL is known for its satirical commentary on current events and pop culture, often pushing the boundaries of social and political humor. With a new episode airing every Saturday night, SNL has become a cultural phenomenon and has launched the careers of numerous comedy legends.
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    The Golden Girls
    as Simon 1 episode • #228 most popular show
    The Golden Girls is a US sitcom that aired from 1985 to 1992. Its narrative follows four older women who share a home in Miami, Florida. The lead characters are portrayed by Betty White, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty. Their lively personalities and diverse backgrounds generate comedic storylines that deal with aging, friendship, and life's unexpected turns.
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    Law & Order
    as Robert Culp (uncredited) 1 episode • #230 most popular show
    Law & Order is a critically acclaimed crime drama television series that follows the lives of dedicated police officers and prosecutors as they navigate the complex world of criminal justice in New York City. The show is known for its gripping storytelling, intricate plotlines, and realistic portrayal of the legal system. With a combination of police investigations and courtroom drama, Law & Order has captivated audiences for over two decades.
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    Everybody Loves Raymond
    as Warren Whelan 11 episodes • #413 most popular show
    Everybody Loves Raymond is an American sitcom that ran from 1996 to 2005. The show focuses on the lives of Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter, his wife Debra, and their three children. Set on Long Island, New York, the series offers a humorous take on the dynamics of a close-knit family, with Raymond's interfering parents and his overbearing brother adding to the comedic situations. Everybody Loves Raymond is known for its witty writing, relatable characters, and its ability to capture the everyday struggles of family life.
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    Robot Chicken
    as Bill Maxwell/sheriff of Nottingham 1 episode • #532 most popular show
    Robot Chicken is an animated sketch comedy TV show created by Seth Green and Matthew Senreich. The show uses stop-motion animation to bring action figures and toys to life, with a focus on satirizing popular culture and entertainment. Each episode features a series of short sketches, parodying various TV shows, movies, and celebrities. With its irreverent humor and rapid-fire style, Robot Chicken has gained a dedicated following since its debut in 2005.
  • The Nanny Poster
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    The Nanny
    as Stewart Babcock 1 episode • #593 most popular show
    The Nanny is an American sitcom that aired from 1993 to 1999. The series follows Fran Fine, a fashionista from Queens who becomes the nanny for a wealthy British widower and his three children. With her iconic nasally voice and unique sense of style, Fran brings humor and chaos into the Sheffield household. The show combines comedy, romance, and family dynamics, as Fran navigates her unconventional role as a nanny while finding herself falling in love with her employer. The Nanny was a popular show that gained a cult following and remains beloved for its witty writing and memorable characters.
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    Gargoyles
    4 episodes • #883 most popular show
    Gargoyles is an animated television series that takes place in both medieval Scotland and present-day New York City. Set in 994 A.D., Goliath and his clan of gargoyles protect a castle in Scotland from attackers. However, they fall under a 1000-year curse and are awakened in present-day New York when the castle is moved there by David Xanatos. The show follows the adventures of Goliath and his fellow gargoyles as they navigate the modern world while still maintaining their medieval instincts and sense of honor.
  • Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman Poster
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    Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
    1 episode • #913 most popular show
    Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman is a popular American Western drama TV show that aired from 1993 to 1998. The series follows the story of Dr. Michaela Quinn, a highly skilled and independent physician from Boston. After the death of her father in 1868, she embarks on a journey to Colorado Springs to become the town's doctor. Set in the backdrop of the Old West, the show delves into the challenges and triumphs Dr. Quinn faces as she fights to gain acceptance in a male-dominated profession and navigates the complexities of frontier life.
Movies - Robert Culp
Sorted by online popularity. Robert Culp has appeared in 7 movies with data.
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Robert Culp Biography
Robert Culp (August 16, 1930 – March 24, 2010) was an American actor and screenwriter, best known for his work in television. He gained international recognition for his role as Kelly Robinson on the espionage series I Spy (1965–1968), alongside Bill Cosby. Prior to that, Culp starred as Texas Ranger Hoby Gilman on the CBS/Four Star Western series Trackdown (1957–1959). In the 1980s, he returned to television as FBI Agent Bill Maxwell on The Greatest American Hero. Culp also had a recurring role as Warren Whelan on Everybody Loves Raymond. With a career spanning over 50 years, he gave hundreds of performances and was a voice actor for various computer games, including Half-Life 2.

On May 29, 2024, Robert Culp had 871 Wikipedia visits, making him the #5,942 most popular actor online.